Florida A&M University and Florida State University have named Pennsylvania
State University engineering Professor Yaw D. Yeboah as the new dean of the
FAMU-FSU College of Engineering. The appointment will take effect July
Teenagers are often insecure about their math and science skills or discouraged by peer pressure from pursuing STEM fields; especially women and minorities
A growing number of companies are partnering with universities to form specialized programs designed to give students the experience needed to work at the company.
The Consortium for Graduate Study in Management, Champion of Diversity In Business Education and Leadership, Welcomes Nearly 400 of a Record 1,038 MBA applicants
ST. LOUIS — The MBA class of 2014 will include 391 of a record 1,038 applicants to The Consortium for Graduate Study in Management, the national coalition of top U.S. business schools and corporations that is the leading advocate for diversity and inclusion in American business
Coppin State University, a Historically Black College and University (HBCU) serving nearly 4,000 students, has partnered with Pearson to launch the university’s first completely online bachelor’s degree program.
Five or ten years ago, most law school applicants had majored in the humanities or social sciences, specifically English, philosophy, political science, history, or international relations.
America needs a workforce skilled in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), and a notable group of companies and organizations is uniting to ensure that the nation gets the message.
Despite a rosy outlook for jobs in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields, many students are still hesitant to pursue those majors.
The urgent need to increase the number of young people pursuing degrees in STEM areas–science, technology, engineering and math–is a hot topic in education circles. Especially during the current economic slump, having a bachelor’s and graduate degrees in these disciplines can have a better return on investment than other areas of study.
MIAMI GARDENS — The Miami Bayside Foundation has announced a $200,000 gift to Florida Memorial University to support access to higher education for City of Miami residents.